The growth of E-commerce platforms in Kenya and Africa by extension is on an upward trajectory. More Kenyans are now making purchases online thanks to internet accessibility and the convenience of having your items delivered right at your doorstep. We take a look at the top ten E-commerce platforms in Kenya.
Online shopping is almost synonymous with Jumia-atleast in Kenya. The well oiled company-then known as Kyamu- was founded by Jeremy Hodara and Sacha Poignnec in 2013. Jumia Kenya has a wide range of products at competitive prices from electronics, fashion and many other items. Customers have, however, been complaining of poor services especially from their customer care officers.
TPM Cyber Internet is a new entrant in the Kenyan E-commerce space. The platform is an affiliate of Amazon.com, which means every purchase you make TPM earns a commission. The products on the site range from electronics to fashion at discounted prices.
The Chinese based ecommerce platform has made its intent known in Kenya by an aggressive marketing approach on social media platforms. Kenyans are now trooping to the new site thanks to its unbeatable offers. Here are some of the deals Gearbest.
Has presence in Kenya, Uganda and Nigeria. Kilimall deals with smart phones, clothing, baby products, subwoofers and makeup. The company opened its doors in 2014 by Yang Tao.
Those who are looking for self-pleasuring products, then this is the site for you. S3x pigeons is arguably the biggest website in the country dealing with s@x toys in the country.
Safaricom entry into the online retail space was informed by the success stories of its predecessor. Masoko platform, however, continues to lag behind, its financial might notwithstanding. Masoko has partnered with supermarkets in its bid to be a market leader.
This Ecommerce platform deals exclusively with electronics. Saruk also has refurbished phones on its inventory.
Deals majorly in phones and accessories. At Phonestores are assured of getting almost all top brands of phones.